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freelader electronic problems

Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by mick1985, Mar 5, 2014.

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  1. mick1985

    mick1985 New Member

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    Hi all ive seem to of lost power to my clock that tells the time my folding mirrors interior lights and my trip millage I believe this as happened when my soonroof leaked in but I can not find the right fuse any one some one please help thank you
     
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    it could be the flux capacitor
     
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    Kizzeh Well-Known Member

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    Try making a third thread and see if anyone knows then?
     
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    zefrench Active Member

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    To trace electrical problems you need a voltmeter, and I would recommend testing your fuses. Look for the Rave manual on google and start testing.

    If you want to DIY its all about your efforts.
     
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